Autism talk serves-up good food for cross-thought ~ neuro patients

Jim, This interview< on AutismOne radio with a neurotologist who treats adult neurological illnesses as well as Autism will interest you as a professional and anyone who has MSi or who has neuro symptoms.

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Thanks Louise, glad you

Thanks Louise, glad you found the interview interesting.  Steve undergoes the type of testing described by this doctor whenever he sees his CAPi doc.  My favorite part was when the doctor pointed out how the Austistic kids seem to be regressing during times when they are actually healing, because the brain doesn't handle change well...even when it's a good change.  I also appreciated his remarks on Valtrex and Amantadine, since Steve takes both of those antivirals.

We are expecting our first grandchild later this year, and I intend to e-mail this link to our pregnant daughter.  I hope to God she will listen closely and heed this doc's good advice, because, as Steve's offspring, she likely carries the risky genesi of which this doctor speaks.

Joyce~caregiver-advocate in Dallas for Steve J (SPMSi).  CAPi since August 06, Cpni, Mpn, B. burgdorferi, systemic candidiasis, EBVi, CMV & other herpes family viral infectionsi, elevated heavy metals, gluten+casein sensitivity. 

Joyce, Thanks for the link

Joyce, Thanks for the link it was an interesting program.  You seem to have opened up an area of internet communications that I had not found yet.

Currently, I am interested in links to Autism Spectrum information so this is timely.

And the link you provided also brought me through searching a few key words to,

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